FLEETWAY PICTURE LIBRARY SC CLASH OF BLADES
Glorious collection of four complete classic swashbuckling stories! The Scottish Chiefs (March 1954): Art by Reg Bunn, cover art by Sep Scott, based on the book by Jane Porter. Under the Golden Dragon: The Story of the Norman Conquest (May 1954): Art by Patrick Nicolle, cover art by WR Calvert, Written by Michael Butterworth. The Picture of Dorian Grey (November 1956): Art by Robert Forrest, cover art by Sep Scott. Written by Leonard Matthews, after the novel by Oscar Wilde. The Three Musketeers and the Prince of Peril (August 1957): Art by John Millar Watt, cover art by Enrico de Seta. Written by Leonard Matthews and G Allman, after the novel by Alexandre Dumas. Limited of 500 copies.
FLEETWAY PICTURE LIBRARY SC JOHN STEEL II
A companion volume to our first John Steel collection, this is blistering collection of four complete World War Two adventures from the John Steel Case-Books. Collects Gateway to Glory (March 1960), Operation Tina (July 1960), The Hidden War (October 1960), and The Shadow: School For Spies (December 1960), Limited of 500 copies.
ILLUSTRATORS MAGAZINE #32
(A) Oliver Frey
We bring you the fascinating artwork of Oliver Frey, the Swiss artist who was one of the mainstays in British comics and brought video game illustration to the fore! We re-visit the days of the pulps and their most popular hero, The Shadow, as rendered by the Rozen twins, George and Jerome. Afterwards we journey to South America and enjoy the work of the Argentinian master of black and white, Alberto Breccia, and head north to Colombia to see Marcela Bolivar's stunning photo-illustrations!
MODESTY BLAISE COMPANION EXPANDED EDITION SC 2ND PTG
Everything you could possibly want to know about Peter O'Donnell's classic creation, Modesty Blaise, from novels to newspaper strips, with full story outlines, over 2,000 character descriptions, over 1800 illustrations by Jim Holdaway, Enric Romero, John M Burns, Neville Colvin and Patrick Wright, plus the original Souvenir Press book covers. Fans have been clamoring for a new printing of this updated expanded edition which is now here, in a very limited special soft cover edition. A new introduction and obituary of Peter O'Donnell by Laurence Blackmore, plus new features not in the first edition.